LAWRENCE (KSNT) – Kansas Basketball is looking for a fresh start, and after playing together in Europe over the summer, they hope that experience will transition into the upcoming season.
“I was really happy with what I saw,” said Brandon Schneider, who is entering his 2nd year as head coach. “Both with the team improvement, but maybe most importantly with the individual improvement that our players made.
The Jayhawks had a rough season in Schneider’s first year, finishing 6-25, with only one win in conference play.
However the squad will return some experience, including some sophomores with a year on their belt.
“It’s been said to me many times that we led the country in minutes played by freshmen last year,” Schneider said. “It’s nice to see those young guys really develop and make some significant progress in their game.”
The Jayhawks will start the season with an Exhibition game against Fort Hays State on October 30.